Support Vote Early Day 2020, which takes place Saturday, October 24.
The threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic has convinced many Americans to choose alternatives to voting in person.
One choice that deserves more attention is voting early. Most (but not all) states offer some form of early voting.
The folks behind Vote Early Day want to spread the word about early voting.
They’ve chosen Saturday, October 24, 2020 as the day they will celebrate their message nationwide.
A total of 40 percent of American voters cast their ballots early in 2016. That number is certain to rise in 2020.
Rules for voting early are not standardized. Vote Early Day will help people living in your home state learn what applies to them.
See the main website for Vote Early Day:
See the Vote Early Day “About” page:
Learn how to vote early where you live, even if you’re living overseas:
Learn how to support Vote Early Day by planning parties and other events, recruiting poll workers, and spreading the word on social media:
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